I cant promise that it'll work, but Windows has a hell of a time formatting SD cards, I had problems with my Micro SD card that I had in my Nook when i was rooting it and used that tool to wipe it back to normal. Also used the tool to successfully get back lost space on flash drives that windows didn't see.
But if that doesnt work sounds like you got a burned out SD card. Good luck
what i dont understand how could it burn if all i did to it was error scan how stupid is that !
Edit : i did every thing possible there nothing changed but when i did create a partition out of those poor 121mb it created a full used partition :| and still cant open it with explorer so i got no where
EDIT !! lol after ejecting it and reattaching it every thing went back as if i didnt format or partition so back to where i was i think yeah its burned but why why why why xD
It sounds a lot like it is write protected. On most standard SD cards there is a white switch that you can move to remove that. Otherwise it may be a setting the manufacturer has in its own software. I had this exact issue happen with a flash drive I had at work. I would make changes, it would say they are successful but it never took. it took me a while to dig up the software, but once the write protection was disabled I was able to delete the partitions on the drive, create a single partition and it actually stayed that way. I hope that helps.
well yeah the sd formatter says its protected but i got no switch on my reader or sd or any thing ,
and if u r right then how can i dig this software even tho i doubt its protected that way xD
the windows doesnt full read the card neither the cmd ;/ i even tried to format via phone it doesnt do any actions ..... if its protected pls tell me how to disable it